Michelle Obama made her final TV appearance as first lady on Wednesday’s Tonight Show.
FLOTUS chatted with late night host Jimmy Fallon, one night following President Obama‘s farewell address.
“It’s nuts, I feel like crying right now. I didn’t think it would be this emotional,” she said about leaving the White House. “It has been surprisingly emotional for all of us.”
While she’s grateful for many who’ve assisted her family during the eight years, Obama gave a sweet shout-out to her mother, Marian Shields Robinson. “I couldn’t have done this without you, Mom. Just having a multigenerational existence really kept us grounded,” she told Fallon. “I love you, Mom. I’m proud of you Mom because you represented this country well too.”
During her third appearance on the NBC show, the mother of two participated in the show’s popular “Thank You Notes” segment.
She also played Catchphrase with Jerry Seinfeld and Dave Chappelle. To end the night, musical guest Stevie Wonder serenaded Obama and her famous friends.